Protek Exhibits at the Bishop’s Palace Garden Festival 2015
Celebrating over 50 years in horticulture the nations gardener, Alan Titchmarsh, opens the Bishop’s Palace Garden Festival on Saturday the 20th of June 2015. We will be located on the South Lawn near to the marquee and live music area.
The Bishop’s Palace Garden Festival is a five day gardener’s festival that celebrates every aspect of the garden, set in one of the most celebrated gardens in the south west. It also brings together many of the leading figures in the gardening world such as Head Gardeners Troy Scott Smith from Sissinghurst and Alan Power at Stourhead, along with gardening legends such as Christine Walkden and Bob Flowerdew.
Paint it Pretty
A beautiful garden with all year round colour is easy to achieve with Protek’s range of woodstains available in an extensive and attractive range of colours. All Protek wood stains are water-based, low in VOC & odour and suitable for use around animals, birds, children and plants.
It looks set to be a fantastic event and for anyone that is able to visit the festival, we’ll be giving out discount vouchers and a little free treat with every purchase.
A bit of history with our connection with beautiful Wells!
Protek’s factory has been producing environmentally considerate wood stains in the south west since 1986. Based in Shepton Mallet it has been employing family, friends and locals to create, manufacture and sell their industry-leading range of water-based wood stains.
Being at the forefront of water-based technology has meant that their wood stain ranges are formulated with many of the newest high-performing, renewable raw materials on the market. This technology has led to Protek’s water-based wood stains equaling and in many cases out-performing oil-based stains.
Protek’s wood stains have been heavily featured since 2012 in ITVs hugely popular gardening series “Love Your Garden” with Alan Titchmarsh and David Domoney. From a predominantly industrial past their retail wood care range has gained huge popularity within the home market and is exploding in a shower of beautiful colours in garden designs across the UK.